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Key music Wikipedia.
Though the key of a piece may be named in the title e.g, Symphony in C major, or inferred from the key signature, the establishment of key is brought about via functional harmony, a sequence of chords leading to one or more cadences, and/or melodic motion such as movement from the leading-tone to the tonic.
Key Wikipedia.
Key lock, device used to control access to places or facilities restricted by a lock. Key map, a guide to a map's' symbology. Key, on a typewriter or computer keyboard. Answer key, a list of answers to a test. Cay, also spelled key, a small, low-elevation, sandy island formed on the surface of a coral reef. United States edit. Key, West Virginia. Florida Keys, an archipelago of about 1700, islands in the southeast United States.
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